Re: [linux-dvb] Terratec Cinergy Hybrid T USB XS: new Information

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Hi,

I called Xceive again and they are still not willing to give us any
specs, it's against their policy.

Anyway I reverse engineered the Hauppauge WinTV HVR 900 which contains
an xc3028 chip to a usable state. I'm able to upload the firmware, set
coloured/monochrom TV, and tune for correct requested frequencies.
The only thing that's missing atm is channel locking (but I'm sure
I'll cover that within another hour of looking at it)
I'll commit the source I have during the next few hours.

Markus


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